Over the past two decades Rhode Island has diverted more than $100 million in fees charged to telephone customers who were told the money was going to the Emergency 911 system. Federal officials say the state is one of the worst offenders in the country and have threatened to withhold federal funding for future 911 upgrades. This week: Jim Hummel sits down with Gov. Raimondo to ask why the state hasn’t taken any action – despite her pledge last year to support reforms. And he checks in with Speaker Nick Mattiello on a bill that would fix the problem.